The National Football Post's Aaron Wilson reports the Dolphins haven't closed the door on re-signing free agent Bryant McKinnie as their right tackle.
Free agent Bryant McKinnie said he's willing to play right tackle.
The Miami Herald confirms the Dolphins have not had any recent contract talks with free agent LT Bryant McKinnie.
Free agent Bryant McKinnie insists he's "getting (his) weight down."
Bryant McKinnie is expected to start at left tackle this week against the Patriots.
The Miami Herald expects the Dolphins to install Bryant McKinnie at left tackle, shifting Jonathan Martin to the right side.
Dolphins acquired OT Bryant McKinnie from the Ravens.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens will attempt to trade LT Bryant McKinnie.
Bryant McKinnie's $1 million base salary is guaranteed for the season.
Ravens LT Bryant McKinnie revealed he weighed 356 pounds upon reporting to training camp.
Ravens LT Bryant McKinnie couldn't finish practice on Friday, his first with the team after missing the first day for reporting overweight.
Ravens LT Bryant McKinnie has resumed practicing at training camp after missing the first day for reporting overweight.
Ravens LT Bryant McKinnie reported to camp above his prescribed weight and won't practice until he drops some pounds.
Ravens LT Bryant McKinnie showed up to offseason workouts in "significantly" better shape than he was "at any point" in last year's training camp.